If you were in Dogtown in March, then you know that Dogtown is a traditionally Irish section of St. Louis and is best known for its annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

Legend is that Dogtown got its name because  in 1875 a group of Irish miners were living in what is now Forest Park. The city decided to set that land aside for a park, so the miners moved south and built a group of shacks around the coal mines. To protect their shacks, families, and mines, the miners kept dogs for security. To this day the neighborhood is known as Dogtown.

But, there is more to Dogtown than a March parade and the history of its name.

If you are looking for food, check out:

  • Seamus McDaniels is a great Irish pub and restaurant. Seamus has won Best Burger in St. Louis many times and you can enjoy your lunch, dinner, or drinks on the outside patio, or inside watching one of the many televisions.
  • Felix’s Pizza Pub which features the best New York Style Pizza in St. Louis. Felix’s occasionally has live music for you to enjoy with your meal.
  • Latitude 26 is a Tex Mex restaurant that features casual, smoke free dining with a full bar and patio.
  • Nora’s is in the heart of Dogtown featuring in-house smoked meats, salads, and soups. They also provide free Wi-Fi.

If you want to shop, check out:

Come join us and experience Dogtown in St. Louis, Missouri. Then contact us and let us help you find your dream home in Dogtown.